Want even longer lights to decorate your outdoor space? This 26-foot string light with 25 evenly spaced bulbs can be used to extend the Warm White Solar Party Lights - Starter Set. It does not include a solar panel and cannot be used independently.
To use this Extension Set, connect to the end of the Starter Set to create a 52-foot/50-bulb-long string (Starter Set + Extension Set combined).
To fit: Remove the stop cap on the Starter Set and screw the extension into place.
This gorgeous decorative string lighting can be used to create a relaxing mood in your outside space or for the ultimate party ambience!
To change between the four lighting modes, press the mode button on the back of the solar panel. Lighting modes are shown below:
① Constant light
② Slow flash
③ Quick flash
④ Pulsating light
With a powerful integrated 3.7V 2200mAh rechargeable Li-ion battery, you’ll never need to worry about it running out of juice!
Either mount the solar panel using the included screws or use the spike to place anywhere in your garden.
For consecutive rainy days, you can charge the solar panel separately using the port on the back. When charging you will see a red light. When the light is fully charged the light will turn green.
The benefit of solar garden lighting is how light they are on your electricity bill! With no need for an electrician to install or to plug into mains power, they automatically come on at dusk and will turn off at or before dawn.
You can purchase an additional extension set to run off the one solar panel, any more than that and we would recommend getting an additional starter set.
If one of the bulbs turns off suddenly, please ensure the bulb is tightly secured because if the connection is loose the light will not work.
Solar lights are not only a viable alternative to conventional outdoor wired lights, particularly where installing electrical lighting is prohibitive, but they’re also eco-friendly, low in cost and highly energy-efficient thanks to their LED bulbs and an energy-saving power source.
With so many to select from, we’ve helped take the work out of choosing. Read more on our Solar Lights buying guide blog here.